Former Ohio State LB James Laurinaitis to join Notre Dame staff
Former Ohio State linebacker James Laurinaitis introduced Monday he’s becoming a member of Notre Dame in a assist staff position.
Laurinaitis introduced the transfer on his radio present, Bishop and Laurinaitis, on 97.1 The Fan in Columbus, Ohio.
Laurinaitis will reunite with Marcus Freeman in South Bend after the 2 performed collectively at Ohio State from 2005–08. Laurinaitis was a three-time All-American with the Buckeyes, profitable Large Ten Defensive Participant of the 12 months twice. The previous Ohio State star has labored for the Large Ten Community since 2017.
“Together with your finest good friend getting the head-coaching job, it is a fairly distinctive state of affairs and a reasonably superior alternative to stand up there and get began within the occupation,” Laurinaitis stated Monday.
Freeman was promoted to head coach on Dec. 3 after former Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly left for LSU. Notre Dame completed 11–2 in 2021, ending the 12 months with a 37–35 loss to Oklahoma State within the Fiesta Bowl.
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